Attorney Tracy L. Denholtz is an Associate at Nuzzo & Roberts, LLC. She graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University, cum laude, in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Legal Studies.
In 2009, she earned her Paralegal Certificate from Nova Southeastern University. In 2014, Attorney Denholtz received her Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law.
She earned concentrations in Criminal Law & Advocacy, and Civil Advocacy & Dispute Resolution, with honors. While in law school, she served as a Publication Editor on the Quinnipiac Law Review.
Her Law Review Casenote, "State of Connecticut v. Guilbert: Should Jurors Be Educated About Eyewitness Reliability Through Expert Testimony or Jury Instructions?" was published in a 2015 issue of the Quinnipiac Law Review.
Attorney Denholtz also completed a year-long Prosecution Appellate Clinic, two internships with the Connecticut Division of Public Defenders, and served as a research assistant to Professor Neal Feigenson.
Additionally, she served as an extern to the Honorable Janet Bond Arterton, U.S.D.J., and as an intern to the Honorable Holly B. Fitzsimmons, U.S.M.J.
While in law school, Attorney Denholtz received Distinguished Academic Achievement Awards in Trial Practice, Advanced Trial Practice, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Torts, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Visual Persuasion,
Judicial Externship, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Legal Skills I, and Legal Skills II. Upon graduation, she received awards for Academic Excellence, Superior Classroom Performance, Excellence in Clinical Work, Service to the Law School,
and the Judge F. Owen Eagan Annual Book Award.
Prior to joining the firm, Attorney Denholtz served as a Juvenile Justice Fellow with the Legal Clinic at Quinnipiac University School of Law for two years, where she worked on a variety of projects related to juveniles subject to lengthy
adult prison sentences. During her tenure, she co-authored an article, "Procedures for Proportionate Sentences: The Next Wave of Eighth Amendment Noncapital Litigation," which was published in a 2016 issue of the Connecticut Law Review.
She also completed 40 hours in mediation training. Attorney Denholtz currently practices in the areas of legal malpractice and miscellaneous professional liability.
Attorney Denholtz was admitted to the New Jersey State Bar in 2015 and the Connecticut State Bar in 2016.
Areas of Practice
Miscellaneous Professional Liability
Quinnipiac University School of Law, Hamden, Connecticut, summa cum laude, 2014
Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Paralegal Certificate, 2009
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey, cum laude, 2007
New Jersey, 2015
Professional Associations and Memberships
Connecticut Bar Association
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
New Jersey State Bar Association